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Bringing people together for the common good was an overarching theme Thursday evening as the latest winners of annual peace and justice honors accepted their awards.
“Crowns” is premiering at Theatre Lawrence soon after the city became the first in Kansas to pass a CROWN Act ordinance. Though unplanned, the timing was divine, Director Annette Billings says.
Community members overflowed a tent set up to accommodate those in attendance for a celebration Tuesday as the Sacred Red Rock is finally being returned to the Kaw Nation after nearly a century in possession of the City of Lawrence.
Hundreds of Lawrence community members showed up Sunday for the 42nd annual Kansas State Fiddling & Picking Championships, also known as FidPick.
Many Lawrencians got up very early Monday morning ready to defend the town on the 160th anniversary of Quantrill’s Raid.
The KU Alumni Association on Friday evening unveiled a brand new bronze Baby Jay outside the Jayhawk Welcome Center.
Five Lawrence women linked together by friendship and a common goal of staying healthy in their 70s share their experiences through the evolution of women’s athletics.
Panda Pediatrics partnered with local artists to transform its waiting area into an art experience. Community members gathered Tuesday to get a glimpse at the clinic’s new look.
The Back to School Safety Fair returned Saturday for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Local first responders, emergency preparedness pros, volunteers and more were on hand to quiz attendees on safety knowledge, offer tips and even fit kids with free helmets.
In preparation for the return of the Sacred Red Rock to the Kaw Nation, people involved in the project on Monday removed a plaque dedicating the boulder to white settlers.
For Van Go apprentice artist Barack Bennett-Robinson, drawing from emotion is part of making meaningful art. He and 19 other young artists on Friday night unveiled the benches they’ve been working on for eight weeks.
Birgitte Theroff, 16, was among dozens of local and regional youth able to share animal knowledge confidently to a group of judges this week during the 4-H animal shows at the Douglas County Fair.